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the president of the united states a retard? >> because it's a synonym for loser. we are spending two seconds because i'm angry at the word police and i need an encyclopedia to find out what words are appropriate. >> you can watch more of that interview at cnn.com/piersmorgan. >>> harry reid has been released from the hospital after getting into a car crash in las vegas. vehicles in his motorcade crashed with a car that was not in the motorcade. the 72-year-old democrat suffered hip and rib contusions, but we are told he is in good condition. >>> a threatening new video has surfaced on the web. it shows al zawahiri calls on muslims around the world to kidnap westerners. he said the president lied to the american people about the u.s. military withdrawal from iraq and the withdrawal from afghanistan. >>> we have more ahead in this hour -- >> here's what's coming up. >>> of the 50 states electing the president, these are the states that could swing either way. all morning we're putting the undecided states of america in focus. >> looks like it's going to be a pretty bad storm. >>> sandy is barr
colorado to florida will probably decide the next president of the united states. katharine, good morning. thanks so much for joining us this morning. >> good morning. thank you for having me. >> all of you uncommitted voters are a pretty hot commodity. let me take you back to the town hall where you asked about pay equity and equality in the workplace. what did you think of the answers that you got? >> you know, i have to be honest, i wasn't really sat fiechld i feel like the question was posed in a way to elicit ideas about the future and new routes they would try to take to rectify the inequality and it felt more like they addressed things that they'd done in the past to try to improve women in the workplace. they really didn't answer to my satisfaction. >> is that the problem for you? problems with politics in general? you want to be more forward looking? >> i think that is that's definitely a problem. a lot of the debate was a discussion of injustices that the candidates thought the other one had caused for the country and i think a lot of voters are looking to the future because we
america, we have not taken advantage of fully. >> as long as i'm president of the united states, iran will not get a nuclear weapon. i made that clear when i came into office. >> china, iran, latin america, mala, those are some of the countries discussed at monday's third debate. the question is, why. i asked richard quest, host of "quest means business." how either candidate can have an effect on the u.s. economy without dealing with europe. >> they are powerless to do anything about it. there is a reason they haven't talked about it in the debates or it's not an a issue in the campaign. they can't do anything about it. they can conjoel and berate and have some influence, but the euro zone and the european union is a trading block just almost as big as the united states. it has more people in it. so, president obama and certainly we know from tim geithner, the treasury secretary who continually beats them over the head for europeans to do something. but they are powerless. they have to stand and watch. >> so, we know that over the last four years the president's tried this diplomacy
agreement with the united states. they'll be able to cover almost 500 miles which will include the entire range of north korea. the move is to deter military action from pyongyang which test fired its own missile in april. that test launch was not successful. >>> in the philippines, a major break through on piece. they announce a peace deal. those rebels have been battling the government for the past 15 years. they would establish an autonomous region for a minority population in the south a. in israel the country's military has shut down an unmanned drone over the desert. in a statement, he said israel views the flyover very severely and it's considering a response. it's not clear where the drone originated from. it was not carried any weapons or explosives. >>> it's election day in venezuela and polls are now open. world leaders will now be watching this one. president hugo chavez is seeking a fourth term there. >>> a north korean soldier has done what very few others have been able to. he defected to the south and told authorities when he got there, he had just killed his superior. cnn
of the united states and not only hold his own, but frankly dominate that debate. that was the new thing and unexpected thing for voters who all expected president obama to win. >> let's talk about the 47%. we all know before the debate romney was on tape writing off half of americans as obama supporters say they rely on the government for the handouts. after the debate, he made this about face. listen to what he told sean hannity on fox. >> clearly in a campaign with not hundreds of speeches and question and answer sessions, now and then you say something that doesn't come out right. in this case, i said something that is just completely wrong. >> completely wrong. now, why wait 17 days? is this an attempt to reconnect with voters maybe after that damage had been done? >> i hope it is. and i also think it means that he's feeling very comfortable about the republican base. you know, we saw him do things in the debate, randi, like, for example, talk about his health care plan in massachusetts, own it. one of the first times we have seen him do it and i can't tell you how happy i am to see
. >> in the united states there are at least 1.3 million children carrying for someone who is ill or injured or elderly or disabled. they can become isolated. there are physical effects. the stresses of it and the worry. >> baby, thank you so much. >> but these children suffer silently. people don't know they exist. i'm connie. i am bringing this precious population into the light to transform their lives so that they can stay in school. we look at what we can provide to meet the need. we go into the schools and offer pier support and give them break so they know they're not alone. we give them hope for their future. >> now i'm getting as and bs, and i feel more confident. >> but we have a long way to go. there's so many more children that really need this help and support. >> the top ten cnn heroes for 2012 have been revealed, and to vote for who you think should be the hero of the year, go t to @cnnheroes.com. we'll have an all-star tribute hosted by anderson cooper. >>> all right. time now to get you ready for the week ahead. we have a very busy monday right here on our week ahead calenda
expect them to pick up on china and libya following tuesday. >> on the day following the united states ambassador, the first time that's happened in 1979 when we have four americans killed there, when apparently we didn't know what happened, that the president the day after that happened flies to las vegas for political fund-raiser. >> and the suggestion that anybody in my team, whether the secretary of state, our u.n. ambassador, anybody on my team would play politics or mislead when we've lost four of our own, governor, is offensive. that's not what we do that's not what i do as president. >> also on the agenda tomorrow night. terrorism, the war in afghanistan, israel, and iran. unlike their first two face-offs, this time the two candidates will be sitting around the table along with the moderator bob schieffer of cbs. they joked about how they're prepariing for their final showdown. >> let me tell you what i do. first first refrain from alcohol for 65 years before the debate. >> i have more energy. i feel more rested after my first debate. i'm going to go back and use the strategy t
in so many ways over some of the most populated cities in the united states. you see the snowfall that we're expecting here at the different levels of elevation. a massive storm we're watching. this is just the beginning. keep tuned to cnn. we'll keep you updated. >> bonnie, thank you. you mentioned kill devil hills, that's of course part of the north carolina outer banks. that's where we have george howell at this early hour. i know you're there in anticipation of the hurricane. tell me what you're seeing this morning. >> reporter: good morning, we're trying to get out a live report but are having trouble because of the cloud cover. we're in the northwestern quadrant as the storm churns northward and prepares to make a left hook into the metro areas of new york, philadelphia, and d.c. we are getting the brunts of that in the northwestern side, feeling it from wilmington, north carolina, to norfolk, virginia. we know there's a possible storm surge in this area, four to six feet. we know that highway 12, which is the only way in and out here from the outer banks, part of it has was
tens of thousands of units they've crossed over from a individual prescription to manufacturing where they're distributing that widely to all these different states. >> reporter: at that point he says those fa sits are supposed to be regulated by the fda. that provoked some questions. couldn't the regulators have stepped in, investigated, and shut down necc temporarily. if they had done that, couldn't the cases have been presented. the fda doesn't have jurs digz until there's a problem. they've been fight to change that. we're told about complaints after koch got his shot, they were made aware. they didn't shut down the company but the official says after an investigation of more than three years, they gave necc a list of several things it needed to fix, put the company on probation for a year but suspended that probation because the company did fix the problems. in hoag's view, it never should have gotten that far. >> could it at all been prevented? >> i thank should have stuck to their original business of compounding and not crossed the line. >> reporter: asked about the koch case,
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